• Chartering A Boat: 3 Basic Tips Everyone Needs To Know

    9 June 2016

    Chartering a boat is a great way to celebrate an event or explore the seas. After all, this lets you travel to remote locations, stay overnight, or host a fun party all while on the water. While chartering a boat might seem like an easy task, there are a lot of options available—and that can make it complicated. Fortunately, you can make hiring a boat charter easier by following these three tips:

  • Should You Cover Up That Console? A Look At Cabins, T-Tops, And Open Boats

    12 May 2016

    If you're looking for a center console boat to take out on excursions, you've likely seen that you have a wealth of styles and models to choose from. A big difference between models lies in the amount of shelter you have on the boat, either in the form of a T-top, a canvas roof placed over the center console, or a cabin. Some boats also have no shelter and are completely open.

  • What Not To Overlook When Designing An AR-15

    11 April 2016

    The AR-15 is one of the most sought after weapons because of its versatile uses and power. If you are working with a gunsmith to design one of these weapons, there are a number of key factors you don't want to overlook to get the most out of your weapon. Red Dot Optics Red dot optics can be described as your second set of eyes, offering you a clearer view of your aim point in the fashion of an illuminated red dot.

  • Are Your Boating Motor And Rudder Acting A Little Off? Stern Drive Services Can Fix That

    4 March 2016

    Boat motors and rudders are the driving forces at the stern (rear) of your boat. When either of these is not exactly cooperating with how you expect them to move, it becomes complicated and frustrating to go out in your boat. When both of them are not working properly, you definitely need to get them checked out. Here is how stern drive services can get your boat back on the right drive track.

  • The Legality Of Solvent Traps: What You Need To Know

    18 January 2016

    There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding solvent traps and whether or not they are legal to own in the United States. The answer is yes, in most cases. Generally, as long as your plan is to use the solvent trap as an aid for cleaning your firearm, it is completely legal to own. These traps, when used correctly, can catch and contain cleaning patches, detritus, and any leftover solvent you used when cleaning your gun.